A new class of drones are designed to be remotely controlled from a smartphone app.
They use cameras to gather information, such as flight speed and altitude, and can also send images to a drone operator for further analysis.
But what exactly is a drone?
The answer to that question is: “Drones”.
This new class is called ‘sensor fusion drones’ (SDF).SDFs are designed as a type of smart drone, which means they can control other drones with an internet connection.
The idea is that if you have the internet connection, you can control all the drones in your vicinity, even if they are outside your control.
The concept behind these drones is pretty straightforward: the drones are smart, so they can use their own cameras to find targets and target them to an aircraft.
The drones can then use their sensors to find and identify targets.
This is a picture of the drone ‘Hornet’ from the company Stratolaunch, which is developing the ‘SDF’ concept.
The drone can now use its own camera to find objects that are flying in the sky.
The idea is to have drones that are smart enough to take advantage of the internet to fly to locations that they are normally not able to fly.SDF’s are also equipped with a range of sensors that can monitor the surrounding environment, and also the surrounding area.
The drone’s sensors will be able to analyse the surroundings to figure out where the target might be, and even predict its flight path.SDA is also developing the SDF concept, but is focused on the drones that can use the internet and are not restricted by geographical limitations.
This image from Stratolockers website shows how the drone could fly over a particular area to target a specific target.
It can be controlled remotely, and is designed to operate from any location in the world.
This concept is the same one used by the US military, which has the ability to use drones from its own network, to carry out precision strikes.
The US government also has a drone that is currently being tested.
The unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) is a remote controlled aerial vehicle that is capable of carrying out strikes in remote areas of Pakistan.
It’s not the first time that drones have been used to target insurgents in Pakistan, but the US has had a drone program in place for quite some time.
In June, the US Navy announced that it had bought two unmanned aerial vehicles (UATVs) to use for targeted strikes against Taliban militants in Afghanistan.
The drones will be capable of launching an attack at any time and with any target within range.
It will be one of the most advanced UAVs ever developed, and will be the first US aircraft to use an all-weather operating environment.
The aircraft are capable of taking off, landing and returning to a landing site in a matter of minutes.
It’s also designed to have an autonomous mode that can operate autonomously in the case of an emergency.
The SDF drone will be designed to work on a single operating platform that will allow it to be easily deployed in any location, regardless of its geographical location.
The system will also be able carry out targeted strikes on a wide variety of targets, including large structures, roads and bridges, and oil tankers.
This picture shows the Stratolocker drone being tested at a military test site in the US, in the Mojave Desert, California.
This drone will not be the only new drone being developed by the Department of Defense.
Earlier this year, it was revealed that the US government has developed an unmanned aerial surveillance platform to use against the Islamic State (IS).
The drones, which are expected to be in service by 2025, will be similar to the US Air Force’s Predator drone program, which launched in 2012 and has since become the world’s most successful drone program.US military drone program The US has a long history of using drones for targeting.
It has used drones in warfare, in urban areas, and to conduct surveillance in remote locations.
The Department of Defence has been developing drones for over a decade.
The US Air National Guard has been using drones since 2004.
The first US drone launched in 2001, the Predator, was capable of being remotely piloted.
It was developed as a long-range, high-resolution surveillance system for both military and civilian missions.US drone program (Image: US Airborne Warning and Control System)The US military first launched its drone program with the Predator in 2003.
It flew missions over Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Somalia in support of the US-led invasion.
The Airborne Surveillance and Target Acquisition System (ASATAS) was developed in 2008, and was a direct precursor to the drones the US is now developing.
In 2013, the Pentagon released a white paper outlining its plans to develop drones, and said the drones would provide the US with a more capable surveillance system, more reliable targeting capabilities, and more precise intelligence.
The white paper said drones would allow the US to track and